The Princeton Review released its guides to law and business schools this week, ranking both the University of South Dakota School of Law and the Beacom School of Business among the nation’s best.
The USD School of Law is listed among “The Best 168 Law Schools,” while the Beacom School of Business is featured in “The Best 296 Business Schools” edition.
The law school earned praise for having a “diverse, non-judgmental, reputable and highly knowledgeable faculty,” tuition that’s “fairly inexpensive” and its “excellent relationship with the state bar association, the Circuit Court and the state Supreme Court.” The business school received good reviews for its “great facilities,” “solid administration” and “extremely affordable” tuition.
The Princeton Review does not rank hierarchically. The publication tallied its lists based on surveys of 18,000 students attending the 168 law schools and 19,000 students attending the 296 business schools.